Beauty

Beauty Editor Lisa Tristram samples seven of the latest cutting-edge ingredients in natural skincare.

Bee venom is the latest buzz in skin care, with the Duchess of Cambridge reported to be a devotee. Naturopath Teresa Mitchell-Paterson reports.

A bath melt is a lovely way to add essential oils and skin-softening coconut oil to your bath - we just love this rose petal recipe from Laura Agar Wilson.

For centuries, people have enjoyed the aromatic pleasure and skin health benefits of the wonderful oils from Nature's many plants.

Roses have been used for centuries to heal ailments, lift mood, and regenerate skin.

Surprise! The tiny black seeds of this delicious pavlova staple are also an excellent source of a nutritive cosmetic oil.

Bacteria and skin don't sound like a great combination, but in fact the right balance of micro-organisms in and on your skin keeps it healthy.

Air-conditioning, excess sun and salt water, and harsh chemicals in skincare products can all strip your skin of much-needed moisture. Nina Stephenson has the answers.

Beauty Editor Lisa Tristram discovers wonderful natural lotions and potions which can soothe and style even the most unruly tresses.

Many essential oils possess anti-ageing properties that can work wonders on skin. Naturopath Amina Eastham-Hillier has the scoop.

Natural products are taking over the beauty world, as we become increasingly aware of what we put on our bodies. Charmaine Yabsley speaks to four women leading the way.

Bras, knickers and briefs really help to shape our outfit and silhouette – underwear also has the most intimate of relationships with our skin. Katie Roberts picks her favourite smalls.

Sometimes rosacea is no worse than a blush - but it can worsen till it resembles acne. Naturopath Teresa Mitchell-Paterson helps you get it under control.

During the Ming Dynasty, pearl powder was prized for making skin glow; fast forward to 2017, and beauty secrets from Japan, Taiwan and China are all in the news, says Lisa Tristram.

Sustainable fashion expert Katie Roberts looks at three eco-savvy labels that will inspire you to get active and adventurous.